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How to enter USA?

Here's a very simple question. When entering the country USA into a your own family file or a genealogical database, what is the proper way to include it? United States United States of America USA ...
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What is the cut off for a half-sibling and first cousin in CM's?

I am adopted and was searching for my birth family and found a cousin and since then I had someone in the family helping me with the search. I found someone who I think is my half-sibling. She did a ...
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Trying to narrow down biological grandfather

I have been working on finding my biological grandfather. The closest DNA match I have to my father (who has taken a test) is 1015cM. I've narrowed down his father to either her father or her uncle. ...
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Trying to find birth certificate or any birth records for Heinz Gunther Curdt (German ancestry)

I have been extensively researching my family ancestry. My grandfather is German and moved to England at age 7 around 1950-1952. I have posted before but have had no luck with answers so trying again! ...
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Do two halves make a whole?

Jack has a half brother. Jill has that same half brother. Jack and Jill are not related. Jack and Jill have a child. The brother becomes the half uncle to the child on his brothers side and on his ...
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Looking for family members of Noble H. Fleming, Silber & Fleming founder [duplicate]

I am looking to identify family members of Noble Hutchinson Fleming, born in Cork, Ireland in 1827. The family was Protestant, possibly some sort of evangelicals. His father owned businesses in Cork ...
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Seeking birth/baptism record for Noble Hutchinson Fleming who was born in 1827 at Cork, Ireland

I am looking to identify family members of Noble Hutchinson Fleming, born in Cork, Ireland in 1827. The family was Protestant, possibly some sort of evangelicals. His father owned businesses in Cork ...
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Marriage Dates not included in detailed reports

My question is about reporting of marriage dates in GRAMPS output reports. I am using GRAMPS AIO64-5.1.2-1. When I print detailed reports the marriage dates ARE NOT shown in the various reports. I ...
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Investigation in Buenos Aires, Argentina

I am trying to investigate a relative that migrated to Argentina. I have been able to find the references to the records of marriage and death. What I know: Name: Pedro Peñalba Águeda Marriage: 16/12/...
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was proof of first wife's death required for marriage in England in 1938?

My parents marriage certificate in 1938 shows my father as a widower but I have been unable to find a previous marriage or any records showing him as being married before. Would proof of first wife's ...
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What would the cM range be for persons sharing the same mother and the fathers are brothers?

I had a swab test performed to establish sibling-ship through DNA Diagnostic Center (DDC) wanting to confirm what I thought was certain paternity with myself, male sibling and and mother (father ...
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Can 2,025 cM shared indicate full Siblings?

My brother and I did ancestry tests at different times. We had 2,025cM over 39 segments. Longest one was 158. As I looked at our matches all I could see was my moms side of the family. It was saying ...
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Export GEDCOM from geni.com and then importing not working properly

When I export a GEDCOM (no matter whether in FTB oder GEDCOM 5.5.1 format) and then try to import into Gramps then I am getting a lot of warnings and many addresses are not showing up properly, e.g. ...
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Finding S.S. Merion Passenger List sailing from Liverpool in 1904

My grandfather's "Declaration of Intention" states he came to the United States aboard the S.S. Merion, sailing from Liverpool, in 1904. I have hit a brick wall trying to find the ship's ...
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Who was my grandfather's first wife?

My grandfather married my grandmother in Berwick upon Tweed, England on 31st May 1918 at St Andrew's Church, now demolished. He was described on the marriage certificate as a widower and I can find ...
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How to define a “patchwork-family” in GEDCOM?

I would like to know how i can define a "patchwork-family" in GEDCOM, that is: a child in a family is adopted by one parent, but is the biological child of the other parent.
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Chruszow, Poland,1901

I am trying to locate my Grandfather's Birth records. He lists "Chruszow, Poland,1901" as his birthplace. What would Chruszow, Poland, now be known as? What Parish would I search for ...
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Best way to make photo of very tall family trees?

I have a family tree of over 100 generations and I am trying share it with my family in print or as a file. Geni.com only allows exporting as many 8×11 papers. I have found a printing service where I ...
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Catholic naming conventions

Is it a convention in the Catholic church to put a baby's Christian name first in a birth record, before their actual first name? For instance, my father was born Elmer Edward. Since he was very ...
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Finding the port for a 1905 arrival to United States?

My grandfather John Gibson Gowans immigrated the second time to the United States from Scotland on a ship called The Caledonia in 1905. This was his 2nd time as his parents first immigrated in 1888 ...
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Spelling Alternatives for Lithuanian Surnames

I am having trouble with determining the correct surname spelling for my grandfather. On almost every document, including those from Churches, the names have been spelled different. Examples: Mike ...
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Significance of registration by Registrar General versus Assistant District Registrars in New South Wales

I've just received a death certificate for someone I believe to be one of my ancestors from the NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages. All the other NSW certificates that I have from around the ...
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Finding WW2 records of a Luftwaffe pilot named Adolf Schwartz [duplicate]

I’m trying to find records on my grandfather, his name was Adolf Schwartz and he was a Luftwaffe pilot in world war 2. I only have a picture of him. Does anyone know where I could find his records? He ...
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What year to record for info discovered in annual City Directories?

The 1909 edition of the Atlanta (not that it matters what city) records that my relative died on December 13, 1907. This gets me wondering how early in 1908 they started working on the 1909 Directory, ...
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Mapping DNA relationships on paper

I have recently started digging into my DNA matches. I have several closely related matches. I was born in Montana and my grandma was married to a man who has no biological relationship to me. However ...
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Birth certificate in Algeria

I am trying to get the birth certificates of two people who were born in 1920 in Algeria in "Sidi - Biraber" and in "Sebdon Oran". By the names and surnames I believe the ...
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Determining relationship to cousin solely based on mutual relationships to other cousins

Background I am researching genealogy on 23andMe.com, trying to find new cousins and determine their relationships to me. All the site gives me is a list of people and their predicted cousin-...
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Finding German soldier records/lists [closed]

I'm trying to find out if any of my German ancestors, served in the German military. Is there any online site that holds listings of the names of soldiers and the year(s) of service?
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Determining if half brother was product of incest

I have worked on my tree through Ancestry.com for many years to include furnishing my DNA. My brother's daughter started a tree through Ancestry and gave her DNA also; the results shows her as my half ...
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Identifying when and where photo of man wearing German Waffenrock uniform might have been taken?

I recently was given this photo by a cousin who was wondering if I knew who this person was. I figured the first thing I need to figure out is about when and where this photo was taken. From the ...
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Finding Catholic parish belonging to street in Brno

For the city of Brno (of 1885), I am looking for the birth entry of an individual (Leopoldine Konstantin). So found the address of her father and now I am looking for the correct Catholic parish ...
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My family migrated from Lübeck to Guatemala

My great grandfather migrated from Lübeck to Guatemala in the late 1880's. I am trying to find certified records of his family left behind in Germany. I tried writing to the city hall but I haven't ...
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Identifying two addresses

I am trying to identify the following two addresses. I have looked at past street names in Philadelphia and old maps of Vineland N.J. without success. The first one is 1317 Salithos (?) St., ...
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GedHTree - an excellent program to convert Gedcom to HTML- is no longer supported. How can I obtain a registration code?

I'm looking for software that will convert my Gedcom to STATIC HTML files (no PHP) and display ancestor and descendant trees with at least 6 generations. Up until about 10 years ago, there was a ...
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Understanding half sibling test report

I had requested DNA analysis of my half sibling and have received the results. But unfortunately I am confused with results of the conclusion, meaning the conclusion which is in bold and the sentence ...
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Understanding daughter's 314 centimorgans with half nephew

My daughter just learned she shared 314 centimorgans with a boy we believed was her half brothers son. I have just sent in my sample as the supposed father of her 50 year old half brother. We are all ...
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Traveling from Russia in 1906

My Great Grandma had to leave Russia when she was just 16, and travel to England. I know the ship she took from England to America, but I don't know how she got to England. Would it have been the same ...
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Determining parent ethnicity

My father and I both took Ancestry.com DNA tests. His came back 100% European Jewish, while mine came back 37% Italian and 63% European Jewish. Does this most likely mean my mom is 26% European Jewish?...
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Is my match a first cousin or half sister?

My brother and I show up as full siblings (2310cM shared). He shows up to cousin #1 (thru our mother) 976cM shared and cousin #2 (thru our father) 813Cm shared. However, I share with cousin #1 920cM (...
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Generate list of people with all their MyTreeTags™ from an Ancestry online tree?

For a single Ancestry online tree, I would like to generate a list of all people plus all the MyTreeTags™ associated with each person. For instance: Tree Name Person One: Tag1, Tag2 Person Two: Tag1, ...
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Census- Records column 30 [duplicate]

Ancestor was born in 1832 England, lived in Minneapolis Ward 13. Column 30 ..what is the meaning of -9- . No letters just dash 9 dash
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Reading 1870s cause of death in Canada

I'm having trouble deciphering the cause of death below, which is from an 1870s Canadian death record. The terms used are a good part of the problem. There seem to be a fair number of lists of ...
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Banns read multiple times at St Brides, Fleet Street early 19th century

I have copies of the Banns read for James Henry Hunter and Charlotte Matilda Thomas as follows: 1819: 30 May, 6 June and 13 June 1820:16 November, 3 December and 10 December 1821: 9 December, 16 ...
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Do petitions for naturalization indicate the date of the first arrival to a country or the last time they had entered the country when filing?

In the United States in 1927, on the Petition for Naturalization (Form 2204-L), applicants would complete the line : I emigrated from .... in .... For example, here is a Petition FHL Film # 004112253 ...
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Is there anything wrong with using small DNA segment matches as evidence?

Many people find relationships with other people that they only share a small amount of DNA with, e.g., 10 cM or less. They then, after researching the other person's tree, find a common ancestor and ...
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Information and photos of WW2 RAF aircraft and crew?

I'm currently researching my uncle's WW2 RAF service and I'm looking for any additional information regarding his Wellington bomber being shot down. The incident happened on June 9 1941. His plane was ...
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Missing Ship / Passenger record?

In the naturalization certificate of Leon(indas) Zoto, it is written that he arrived on April 22, 1911 in New York on the Calabria Ship. See here. However, there is no sign of him on ancestry.com or ...
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Finding 1854 USA immigration record for Prussian ancestor

I’m trying to trace my family. At this point, I have found out my great grandfather was the 1st to enter the country. His name was William Koch. I’m not sure if that is the Americanized version. He ...
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What qualifies as next-of-kin for a US SF-180, Request Pertaining to Military Records?

The SF 180 seems to conflict itself on what qualifies as next-of-kin. The instructions, lacking "grandchild", state this: However, the fillable form has a drop-down field for next-of-kin, ...

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